Cory Long of KGW channel 8 news came to the Furry Friends Halfway House on Thursday, September 28th to do a news spot about the kitties. The segment aired later that night on the 1o:00 pm and 11:00 pm news. Here is a link to the story CLICK HERE
Lincoln Graves of KATU TV stopped by the FF Halfway House on Tuesday, September 19th 2017. He interviewed us for a spot on the news. VANCOUVER, Wash. — There’s no shortage of animal lovers in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area. There’s also no shortage of animal shelters working to find homes for pets in need. To view […]
Furry Friends is asking for your support on Thursday, September 21, during the Give More 24! online fundraising challenge hosted by the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington. The nonprofit, an all-volunteer cat adoption organization in Vancouver, WA, is looking to raise funds to cover the extraordinary medical expenses of cats in their care. These costs […]
by Lincoln Graves, KATU News Tuesday, September 19th 2017 VANCOUVER, Wash. — There’s no shortage of animal lovers in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area. There’s also no shortage of animal shelters working to find homes for pets in need. Diane Stevens is the spokesperson for one of those shelters. “It’s like hitting the kitty lottery for a […]
While this year’s theme “CattyShack” encourages attendees to wear costumes that reflect fun-loving and golfing antics of the film “CaddyShack,” dressing in line with the theme is purely optional. Festivities begin at 5 p.m. with guests having their complimentary photos taken and placing bids on the dazzling assortment of silent auction items. Dinner, catered by […]
Furry Friends will have their adoptable cats at the Recycled Arts Fair to be held on June 24 and 25. Come by and meet the volunteers and the kitties. Read more here
Chloe Moesch, from the Western U.S. Agricultural Trade Association and volunteer for Furry Friends, with a $226 check that the association donated to the cat shelter. The Western U.S. Agricultural Trade Association chose Furry Friends as the recipient of the association’s January “Casual for a Cause” collection. The group raised $226 to go toward the […]
Furry Friends board member Marci Koski was recently featured in an article about feline behavior. In addition to Marci’s business ‘Feline Behavior Solutions’ she is the behaviorist for all of the Furry Friends cats. Read her interview here
Sandy Bush is a person that loves animals so much that she has dedicated her life to their well being. It was over 15 years ago that she received her Associate of Science degree in Veterinary Medicine from Portland Community College and she has been a Veterinary Technician ever since. Her compassion for animals runs […]
After 17 years of operation, Furry Friends has a home of its own. The nonprofit purchased its first home on Aug. 5 and officially moved 19 cats in on Sept. 24. The new halfway house for cats seeking adoption is in the West Minnehaha neighborhood. It is 1,662 square feet and sits on more than […]
The holidays are the perfect time of year to give back to the charities and organizations that you feel most passionate about — and if you’re a cat lover, Furry Friends is the perfect place to share some holiday joy. There are lots of ways to help cats & kittens during the holiday season and, […]
By Dawn Feldhaus Post-Record staff Doug Quinn, of Camas, is among the local residents who helped a cat rescue organization raise an estimated $32,500. Quinn served as the auctioneer at the “My Fair Kitty” dinner and auction, Sept. 17, at the Firstenburg Community Center, in Vancouver. It was a fundraiser for Furry Friends, an […]
Losing your job can be a devastating turn of events—a reminder that nothing is here to stay. But for Diane Stevens it became an opportunity to follow her heart. “It was a blessing in disguise and a good time to figure out what I wanted to do,” she says. Before getting laid off from her […]
On Thursday, Sept. 22, for a total of 24 hours you can help Furry Friends raise the funds it need for the cats in their care that suffer from serious medical conditions. The fund covers vetting costs for the expenses of unexpected procedures and emergency surgeries, as well as ongoing treatments and lifelong medications.
Vancouver Furry Friends is hosting its eighth annual dinner and auction fundraiser, 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Sep. 17, at the Firstenburg Community Center, 700 NE 136th Ave. This year’s theme encourages costumes inspired by the film “my Fair Lady,” but dressing up is optional.
Furry Friends, a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to helping homeless and abused cats in Clark County, WA, is hosting its largest fundraiser of the year on Saturday, September 17th from 5:00pm to 9:00 pm. This year’s dinner and auction theme is “My Fair Kitty.”
Furry Friends invites you to its largest fundraiser of the year! This year’s dinner and auction theme is “My Fair Kitty.” Items being auctioned include five days & four nights in Cancun Mexico, winery tastings & tours, gift certificates to local eateries, gift baskets, pet items, personal items & handmade gifts.
Furry Friends is hosting its eighth annual dinner and auction fundraiser on Saturday, September 17th from 5 PM to 9 PM at the Firstenburg Community Center. Festivities begin at 5 PM. The evening will conclude with the awarding of the prize for the most popular “My Fair Kitty” costume.
Furry Friends is hosting its eighth annual dinner and auction fundraiser on Saturday, September 17th from 5 PM to 9 PM at the Firstenburg Community Center. While this year’s theme, “My Fair Kitty,” encourages attendees to wear costumes from the Academy Award winning film “My Fair Lady”, dressing to the nines is purely optional.
Furry Friends, a nonprofit, no-kill animal rescue serving Clark County, will host its eighth annual dinner and auction fundraiser next month. Attendees are encouraged to wear costumes that reflect the high style and high spirits of the Academy Award winning film “My Fair Lady.”
The Vancouver Business Journal recently did an interview with Furry Friends President. Read Full Article
The Reflector has generously written a full-page article concerning our need to raise funds for a new halfway house. Please see the blue button to read the full article. Kitties could be told to pack their bags and leave. Dorothy was beside herself and didn’t know what to do. She was going to have to […]
Imperial Stormtroopers have been spotted in Vancouver. They are headed toward Big Al‘s and are expected to arrive precisely at 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 16, when they will proceed to…help some really cute kitties.
Elite Star Wars Stormtroopers TK 246 (David) and TK 242 (George) are taking a break from squashing revolts and establishing imperial authority to support Furry Friends, a nonprofit cat rescue in Clark County.